Student Resource Guide
Admissions & Records
The Office of Admissions & Records serves as a resource for admissions, registration transactions, academic records and grades, petitions, enrollment verifications, transcript evaluations and more.
Building 1600, Second Floor
The CalWORKs program serves low income students with children. Visit the CalWORKs Office to determine if you are eligible to participate in the program.
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Program
The CARE program assists single, lowincome parents with children. Visit the CARE Office to determine if you are eligible to participate in the program.
Career and Employment Center
The Career and Employment Center provides students and alumni with resources including workshops on resume building, interviewing skills and career exploration as well as monthly job and internship fairs.
Child Development Center
The Child Development Center provides on-site childcare for student parents and Tri-Valley community members. Contact the center for more detailed information on eligibility and availability.
The Community Education program offers a variety of not-for-credit classes to enhance basic skills and provide career and technical training, retraining, and personal enrichment.
The Computer Center is a quiet, open lab for school assignments where instructional assistance is available. Use of computers is on a “first come, first served” basis.
Counseling has professional counselors available to assist students in identifying, clarifying, and reaching their educational and career goals. Counselors provide confidential Academic, Career, Personal, and Online counseling.
Building 1600, First Floor
Dreamers (Undocumented) Program
Dreamers are undocumented, DACA and AB 540 students. The UndocuAlly Task Force provides resources and support to reduce the issues these students face to help them achieve their academic goals.
Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS) Department
DSPS provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations to students with disabilities.
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)
EOPS assists low income and educationally disadvantaged students to achieve their educational and career goals. Visit the EOPS Office to determine if you are eligible to participate in the program.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Financial support is available in the form of fee waivers, grants and scholarships. Complete the FAFSA or California Dream Act Application each year on October 1st to determine eligibility for the fee waiver and grants for the following academic year. Apply for scholarships individually.
Foster Youth Liaisons
The Foster Youth Liaisons support current and former foster youth throughout all aspects of the community college experience. Contact the Foster Youth Liaisons for more information.
Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Gateway to Success (G2S) Program
The HIS G2S program is designed to increase completion and transfer rates of high-need students in STEM fields.
The Homeless Liaison provides support and referrals to homeless students and those at-risk of becoming homeless. Contact the Homeless Liaison for more information.
Integrated Learning Center (ILC)
The ILC is a student-centered place that houses the Mathematics Learning Center and the ESL Lab where help is readily available for students.
International Student Program
The International Student Program supports international students who want to attend, or are currently attending, LPC.
The Library has laptops, books, periodicals, and audiovisual materials available for students to checkout, librarians who can provide assistance with research, citations, etc. and many more helpful resources for students.
The Puente Project is a learning community with the goal of increasing the transfer-going rate of educationally disadvantaged students.
Reading and Writing (RAW) Center
The RAW Center provides reading and writing help to students for any class.
Room 2401, Office D
LPC has over 30 student clubs, encompassing cultural, educational, and special interests, as well as club sports. Students are also able to form new clubs.
Student Health and Wellness Center
The Student Health and Wellness Center provides high quality, free or low cost health care services and wellness education for current LPC students.
The Transfer Center provides students and alumni with resources including answering transfer-related questions, assisting with transfer applications and hosting college admission representatives visits as well as transfer related Smart Shop Workshops.
The Tutorial Center provides an array of services including scheduled appointment tutoring, drop-in tutoring, group sessions, and class tutoring for selected sections.
The Umoja Community is a two-semester college success program and learning community that provides a dedicated support system to help you reach your academic goals and life purpose.
Veterans First Program
The Veterans First Program provides support services to those who have served, or are currently serving in the armed forces, and also eligible dependents/spouses of Veterans.